Saxman: Trust Crisis, Crazy v. Conscience, and CNU Poll
By Chris Saxman
Last week I spoke with a well known political consultant who told me about a conversation he had with one of his clients regarding a very recent and very controversial vote held in the U.S. House of Representatives.
The vote? Impeachment of the President of the United States.
The client – a member of Congress – is not from Virginia.
This member of Congress stated how he intended to vote.
The person he pays for political advice asked why.
The congressmen said it was a matter of conscience.
The consultant replied:
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(Seriously. This is absolutely CRAZY that this happened inside the Oval Office)
Details: Across every type of institution — media, government, business and NGOs — trust has fallen to historic lows, according to the report.
- Business is the only institution that is now perceived as being both ethical and competent enough to solve the world’s problems.
- CEOs are the only societal leaders trusted to tell the truth and fix problems. (emphasis added)
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Chris Saxman represented the 20th District in the Virginia House of Delegates from 2002-10. A businessman and active member of the community, he is Executive Director of Virginia FREE, a non-partisan, non-profit that informs the business community in order to advance free enterprise and responsible, pro-business government. Join Virginia FREE by clicking here. Chris and his wife Michele live in Richmond.